Administrative Districts and Field Offices of the Minnesota State Government

Author:

Ivan Hinderaker

Administrative Districts and Field Offices of the Minnesota State Government was first published in 1943. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Number 2 in Studies in Administration, a series sponsored by the Public Administration Training Center at the University of Minnesota; established in 1936 to provide instruction, research facilities, and information in the field of public administration.

This volume presents a comprehensive analysis of the functions and duties of state and county offices in Minnesota, paying special attention to district field offices. Topics discussed include: the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Conservation, Education, Health, Highways, Labor, Social Security, and Taxation; the Livestock Sanitary Board; the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; and the Railroad and Warehouse Commission.

Administrative Districts and Field Offices of the Minnesota State Government

Ivan Hinderaker was Assistant Budget Examiner for the United States Budget Bureau and a research assistant with the Public Administration Training Center at the University of Minnesota. Hinderaker served in the Minnesota State Legislature from 1941 – 1942.

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